Pressure Sounds have now gathered sixteen of Dennis' must have rare dubs and instrumentals as well as a couple of outstanding vocal tracks on one essential album.
'Decibel' brings together some of his heaviest productions out for the first time since their original release in the mid-seventies on Dennis' 'Rama' and 'More Cut' labels.
Dennis also produced many dub plates and specials that have never been heard outside of sound system dances and several of these dubs are also featured on 'Decibel'.
The music in 'Decibel' concentrates on Dennis' early output with the emphasis on his 'out there' dub productions. 'The Grunwick Affair' kicks the album off with a full horn section and is as good as anything produced in Jamaica from the same period. UK musicians from Matumbi and Aswad and the Jamaican drummer 'Style' Scott from the Dub Syndicate all appear on the album. 'Harmoniser Dub' with Angus Gaye from Aswad on drums and Dennis playing driving rhythm on bass is a killer. 'Zombie Zones', taken from the rare album 'Audio Active' (where the Japanese band got their name), is as 'thundering' as anything ever released in the UK.
With super rare photos from the period and comprehensive sleevenotes we think you will find this an original and exciting release.